How to instill in the child a love of sports?

Adam31
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Re: How to instill in the child a love of sports?

Postby Adam31 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:14 pm

Sport includes all forms of competitive physical activity or games which, through casual or organised participation, aim to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills while providing enjoyment to participants, and in some cases, entertainment for spectators. If you want your child to go in for sports and lo it, than you should show your child an example. You shold also go in for sports, your child would see that you like sport and would like to do the same. This is the most quick way to make interrested your child in sports. But also your child can be keen on some kind of sport, than you should just let your child to learn this kind of sport.

Edgar
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Re: How to instill in the child a love of sports?

Postby Edgar » Wed Nov 15, 2017 8:27 pm

Our children immitate us till they become teenagers. If you go in for some kind of sports, than you wouldn't need to make your child to go in for sports, your child would like it because you do that. So if you want to instill in your child a love to sports, than you should also love sports. but don't try to make your child to do that, or the consequences would be controversial.

Kane
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Re: How to instill in the child a love of sports?

Postby Kane » Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:29 pm

Playing sports is a rite of passage for most kids. But competition and kids can become a touchy subject—some kids and parents can get too competitive and turn into poor sports when they lose, while other kids just can’t seem to get the competitive bug. Here’s how to teach your child to be more competitive in sports without turning them into a monster. Find your child's motivation. Every child has a different motivation for sports and competition. Some just want to win, while others are more focused on having fun, learning new skills, or just being with their friends. Choose a suitable sport for your child. Once you understand your child’s motivation, you can tailor their activities and your approach to their desires. Help your child to gain confidence in their abilities. A major emotion in competition is confidence—many children aren’t competitive because they aren’t confident in their sports abilities.

Sam35
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Re: How to instill in the child a love of sports?

Postby Sam35 » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:33 am

Find your child's motivation. Every child has a different motivation for sports and competition. Some just want to win, while others are more focused on having fun, learning new skills, or just being with their friends. Choose a suitable sport for your child. Once you understand your child’s motivation, you can tailor their activities and your approach to their desires. Help your child to gain confidence in their abilities. A major emotion in competition is confidence—many children aren’t competitive because they aren’t confident in their sports abilities. Change to a different activity if your child is unhappy. Some children simply aren’t naturally competitive about sports. If this is the case for your child and you’ve tried (unsuccessfully) to instill a competitive attitude, try moving your child to a different sport or waiting a few years to see if their competition level changes. Many children naturally get more competitive as they get older.

Dorian
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Re: How to instill in the child a love of sports?

Postby Dorian » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:32 pm

Help your child to gain confidence in their abilities. A major emotion in competition is confidence—many children aren’t competitive because they aren’t confident in their sports abilities. Talk to your child openly about their fears and dreams, and work together to set goals of what skills to work on. Stay positive around your child, and praise and encourage him during good and bad times. Even if your child isn’t particularly athletic, they can still gain confidence as you praise their hard work and dedication. Once a child feels confident and comfortable in their abilities, they naturally become more competitive.


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